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This is part two of a public conversation about the history of U.S.-Philippines relations as seen through the prism of San Francisco history. It is a recording of a Talk given at CounterPULSE under the auspices of Shaping San Francisco on February 8, 2006. This is a 30-minute excerpt prepared by Josh Wilson of Independent Arts & Media and originally broadcast on KUSF-FM in San Francisco.
Topics: history, Philippines-U.S. War, Spanish-American War, Philippines
Shaping San Francisco
by Chris Carlsson
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Roberto Lovato, who grew up on Folsom near 25th Street during the 1970s, describes how his father was involved in the "alternative economy" centered on Hunt's Donuts at 20th and Mission, and how it benefitted his extended Salvadoran families in San Francisco and in El Salvador.
Topics: Crime, Salvadoran community, Mission District
Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
by Shaping San Francisco
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A four-part radio series based on the Public Talk at CounterPULSE in April 2006, featuring Kevin Epps, Alicia Schwartz of People Organized to Win Employment Rights (POWER), and Espanola Jackson of Bayview-Hunters Point.
Topic: gentrification, African-American, San Francisco, redevelopment, Bayview-Hunter's Point,
Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
by Shaping San Francisco Talks
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A 3-part radio program based on a Public Talk at CounterPULSE on March 8, 2006, under the Shaping San Francisco Spring Talks series. A historical look at how San Franciscans have fought for a human-centered city. From saving Telegraph Hill, stopping freeways, and resisting redevelopment, the corporate agenda has been thwarted again and again. Today new movements are again contesting the direction of the city. We'll have a look at the historic Burnham Plan and other ideas for reshaping the city....
Topics: anti-highrise, freeway revolt, citizens movements, saving Telegraph Hill, redevelopment